Head-to-Head

Alex
Beckey
August 07, 2012 11:02 PM GMT
All fantasy baseball scoring runs on batteries. Referring to specific pitcher and catcher combinations, rather than the famous alkaline batteries in television commercials, an understanding of battery power can drive fantasy production on every level.
Alex
Beckey
June 26, 2012 11:02 PM GMT
Nervous fantasy owners actually considered trading Albert Pujols in early May. After a sluggish start, Pujols appears to be on track; however, the experience provides a valuable case study in quantifying probability and knowing when to trade players. Using these tools shows head-to-head owners not only how to adapt to change, but also make precise decisions regarding specific players.
Alex
Beckey
March 09, 2012 12:01 AM GMT
Good things come in fives. In head-to-head leagues, gaining a competitive advantage in the traditional 5x5 categories often requires a non-traditional approach. Studying the best statistical performances of players and teams will yield results that are Top Notch.
Jim
Driscoll
February 23, 2012 12:01 AM GMT
The 2012 BaseballHQ.com projections are graded on a curve for 5x5 H2H leagues.
Alex
Beckey
February 16, 2012 12:01 AM GMT
The player universe is a vast place, full of endless possibilities. In head-to-head formats, the player universe can also create some exciting opportunities, not only for strategy, but also for improving the overall gaming experience.
Timothy
Nelson
January 06, 2012 12:00 AM GMT
Championship rosters in head-to-head leagues are built on a combination of good fortune, good health, and most importantly consistent performance. On a weekly basis, fantasy managers search for the elusive balance of production from studs and role players alike. The Consistency Review for 2011 will highlight top performers, and will also take look around the diamond at everyday players who were a liability for H2H formats. Keep in mind, the data here reflects small sample sizes, and this analysis is not intended to predict future performance.
Alex
Beckey
December 09, 2011 12:00 AM GMT
Introducing the double-play format....
Jim
Driscoll
July 11, 2011 11:00 PM GMT
While not technically the midpoint of the season, the All-Star Game is a good time to look back at individual performances from the first half of the season and to begin preparing for the end of the fantasy baseball season. Using the QC methodology designed by Dylan Hedges and Ron Shandler), we can examine the first half results for both hitters and starting pitchers to draw conclusions for the remainder of the season. This article will examine both the Unadjusted QC scores (QCU) and the Adjusted QC scores (QCA) for both groups of players.
Jim
Driscoll
February 24, 2009 8:32 AM GMT
Last week, H2H owners were introduced to the concept of grading hitters on a curve. This week: pitchers.
Jim
Driscoll
February 17, 2009 8:32 AM GMT
What constitutes a "good batter"? This article will look at the skills that correlate to batter consistency, especially within the 5x5 H2H scoring framework.
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